Thames River Cruise, London

What’s nice about a Thames River Cruise is that you get to see the sights of London from a different perspective and you’re not caught up in the crowds like you would be on foot. Instead you just sit back, up on the open air deck if the weather’s good, and enjoy a leisurely trip on the Thames, whilst all the sights are pointed out to you and full commentary given from expert guides. There’s a bar and loos on board and if you like you can have lunch, afternoon tea or dinner – and that’s something else entirely, an evening cruise; a sunset over London is something you won’t forget.
It’s up to you which pier you embark from; cruises leave every 40 minutes throughout the day and at peak times extra services are run. Something else worth knowing is that you can get good discounts on a combined cruise and attraction, which is a very good idea for families - boat trip plus a visit to the attraction of your choice. On the list are the likes of The London Dungeon, The Tower of London, Madame Tussauds, The London Eye and several more well known hotspots.

Book online at or call 020 77 400 400

All information correct at the time of writing

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